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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0017097||CentOS-8||libvirt||public||2020-02-28 19:30||2020-02-28 19:30|
|Summary||0017097: Worng parameters of vgchange when libvirt tries to start an LVM pool of a shared VG|
|Description||When libvirt tries to start an LVM pool, it always use "/usr/sbin/vgchange -aly vg-name". This used to be good for clustered VG (based on clvm, that afaics is being deprecated in favor of lvmlockd). However, when the VG is a shared VG (based on lvmlockd), this fail with the message "Failed to lock logical volume....".|
Maybe a solution could be to let the users modify the vgchange parameters for libvirtd.
|Steps To Reproduce||* Create a shared VG with lvmlockd.|
* Add it as a pool for libvirtd, with "virsh pool-define" for example.
* Try to start it with "virsh pool-start".
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